Alliances strengthen SEEC’s ability to provide excellent training programs

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SEEC’s commitment to create unique executive educational learning experiences also means seeking out and developing alliances with specialized organizations and associations carefully selected for their own exceptionalism.

These alliances allow SEEC to continually evaluate our approach and dedication to creating engaging learning environments for our participants. It is with the main objective of delivering premier global executive education that pushes us forward to look for more opportunities to provide our participants with the skills, knowledge, and expertise that is needed to succeed in today’s demanding business world. These alliances allow SEEC program directors to liaise with industry associations to ensure our training programs meet our participants current needs.

If you are a member of any of the following associations, please check with your association to see what benefit you can enjoy for taking a SEEC program.

America Marketing Association (AMA) Toronto

American Marketing Association’s Toronto Chapter is a not-for-profit community of volunteer marketers who have been creating opportunities for personal and business growth for more than 60 years. Membership in AMA Toronto gives you an internationally recognized credential and access to the resources of the largest, internationally recognized marketing association with more than 20,000 members around the world. More information…

Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA)

The history of the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance is rooted in the spirit of collaboration. CATA continues to draw brilliant industry minds, leaders, academe and policy makers to solve the challenges ahead. Today CATAAlliance advocates on behalf of Canadian HQ science and tech centric companies. Our mission for a sustainable and future proof, fair, inclusive and competitive environment for innovation to thrive remains unchanged. More information…

Canadian Hardware & Housewares Manufacturers Association (CHHMA)

The Canadian Hardware & Housewares Manufacturers Association has been serving industry manufacturers/brand owners and sales agents for more than 50 years.  The association today is a national non-profit organization comprised of companies who manufacture, distribute and represent hardware and housewares products in the Canadian marketplace. More Information…

Canadian Office Products Association (COPA)

COPA connects, empowers and celebrates its members by providing a host of business support resources, cost-saving programs and networking opportunities. It has been a proud membership community for the nation’s resellers and manufacturers of office products for more than 80 years. Expertise, buying power, education and synergy are the cornerstones of the association. More Information…

Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC)

The Institute of Public Administration of Canada is Canada’s leading professional organization supporting excellence in the country’s public sector. With 19 regional groups across the nation, their members include public servants, academics and others interested in public administration. The Institute also works closely with all levels of government to promote quality public services and practices. IPAC is a recognized leader in research, training, knowledge sharing and outreach including hosting a large number of conferences and events held regionally and nationally. More Information…

Retail Council of Canada

The Retail Council of Canada advocates for retailers in Canada through effective advocacy, communications and education. As The Voice of Retail™ in Canada since 1963, the Retail Council of Canada (RCC) represents more than 45,000 independent, regional, national mass and specialty retail businesses and online merchants in general merchandise, drug and grocery. Their mission is to advance the interests of the retail industry through effective advocacy, communications and education. More Information…

Supply Chain Canada (SCC)

Supply Chain Canada’s vision is to ensure Canadian supply chain professionals and organizations are recognized for leading innovation, global competitiveness, and driving economic growth. Education empowers the profession. Supply chains are the backbone of the economy. By investing in continual career-long learning and curated information, the SCC creates the knowledge and skill competencies necessary to succeed in this industry. More Information…